Phishing emails leading to wire fraud is now a daily event for business. What do you do when a client calls who has an incident where they have lost almost $1,000,000? They have no experience in responding to the event, and the GDPR might be involved. How widespread is the breach? Where does the investigation begin, and who will run it? What will the client think? Will the attorney general knock on your door? Join Justin Daniels, a cybersecurity SME, and business attorney, as he weaves for you a data breach tale that has become commonplace in 2020. The story continues after the end of the breach. He will also discuss the people, processes, and technology to help improve your chances of avoiding being the latest bait for the phisherman.
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Cybersecurity SME and Attorney
Justin provides his corporate clients a pragmatic approach to addressing cyber as a business enterprise risk at every stage in the business lifecycle. He specifically advises the C-Suite executives and boards on identifying and managing cybersecurity risk concerning mergers and acquisitions, investment capital transactions, vendor and customer contracts, and cyber insurance. He leads breach incident response teams on ransomware and wire fraud cases in industries ranging from medical IT and logistics to manufacturing.
Justin also provides strategic advice to clients regarding blockchain technology. He represents one of the largest cryptocurrency mining facilities in the country. He has helped clients create and iterate business models that address regulations, including federal and state money transmitter laws. He has extensive experience handling the power contracts and related critical infrastructure necessary to engage in cryptocurrency mining profitably.
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